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Democrat: 20% of Muslims want caliphate and condone terrorism to achieve it

Even liberals have begun admitting the fact that up to 20 percent of Muslims are in favor of establishing a Muslim caliphate and are willing to support terrorism to make that happen.

Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez from California, a Senate hopeful, said:

We know that there is a small group, and we don’t know how big that is — it can be anywhere between 5 and 20 percent, from the people that I speak to — that Islam is their religion and who have a desire for a caliphate and to institute that in any way possible.

Sanchez’s remarks were made during an interview on PoliticKING with Larry King. She is running against Democratic state Attorney General Kamala Harris in the primaries for the Senate seat that will be vacated when Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer retires.

She went on to say:

They are not content enough to have their way of looking at the world, they want to put their way on everybody in the world. And again, I don’t know how big that is, and depending on who you talk to, but they are certainly — they are willing to go to extremes. They are willing to use and they do use terrorism.

A member of both the Committee on Homeland Security and the Committee on Armed Services, Sanchez is the choice of the Latino community in the Senate race but currently trails in the polls.

Her candid remarks may earn her the respect of many voters, however — especially those who feel that Democrats are weak when it comes to the subject of terrorism.


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